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At North Shore Dentistry we?re proud to be Sydney?s orthodontic team, and a go-to name for patients wanting reliable and trusted care for their smile.
We provide leading treatment in orthodontics, the science of straightening crooked teeth and misaligned bites.
Traditional orthodontics were unsightly and expensive, and the treatment was primarily performed on teenagers as their adult teeth were growing.
Modern orthodontic treatments start with early intervention for young children and include treatments for children, teenagers and adults. Your dentist can discuss your treatment needs and recommend the most suitable solutions for your individual situation.
At North Shore Dentistry we provide treatments that are designed to work exclusively for your smile.
All of our orthodontic services are offered at an affordable price, ensuring that all patients in the North Shore area and across Sydney can easily access the quality dental care they need.
For Sydney?s top orthodontic team, visit the clinic that?s focused on supporting the oral health of the local community. Visit North Shore Dentistry.
When do I need an orthodontic assessment?
Orthodontic assessments begin when children are young, enabling early intervention to correct jaw growth and prevent long-term orthodontic issues. Our practitioners will be able to provide quick and accurate assessments of the oral health of each patient, delivering a professional recommendation on the best treatment plan to provide straight and shining smiles.
We like to see children as early as 3 to monitor speech and other habits. Our visiting speech pathologist along with our dentists will assess the patient and modify habits to prevent long-term orthodontic issues.
Referral to ENT (ear, nose, throat) is also conducted to assess for ENT problems, such as mouth breathing, enlarged tonsils, adenoids that might affect jaw growth.
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